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all over l.a., that was my life for a number of years. i'm one point, i was born in kentucky, raised in ohio, but i grew up in california. i felt like i became an adult here. i landed here. i dropped out of ohio state. we did beat you in football. they stole that coach from ohio state. the futures would, over, and a decent -- the hoosiers would come over and a decent team went out the window. i came to the west coast in 1977. there was a great feeling of the remnants of the country rock scene and the eagles were at the apex of their career. linda ronstadt was also. i was drawn by those beacons. it became home. l.a. is infectious. tavis: why not nashville? >> i got there, even to this day, in retrospect, i understand. it is a different business. the business there is songwriting. the way in the door it is songwriting. ironically, at because i've read most of my career, -- written most of my career, but i was approaching it from a performance standpoint. i needed to get in and night clubs and present the material that way. there is more opportunity now to perform and to make inroads th
.s.u. and florida and tennessee, let's see if south carolina can take care of business, focus in and go to kentucky and win that football game first. i don't want to sell that because that has been a little bit of the m.o. for south carolina before. >> verne: 4-0 start for steve spurrier. >> verne: and the south carolina gamecocks. missouri's first road trip in the s.e.c. leads to a defeat and a rather convincing one at that. now let's look at the player of the game presented by russell athletic. gaudy numbers for connor shaw. 20 of 21. including 20 in a row. two touchdowns. he also rushed for 41 yards and he is with tracy wolfson. >> tracy: that's right, connor. i have to ask you, first, did you know that you had 20 straight completions? >> i didn't know it until they told me at the end. i had a lot of help around me, though. >> tracy: it seemed like you were in a rhythm, feeling it. was that the case? >> i think it was the first drive i had an incompletion, our team got on a roll i and i felt good, frustration the last two weeks coming off an injury, but i have had a lot of support and i bounced
and illinois western parts of kentucky and tennessee. exactly where we are getting much of the needed rain. right now we have heavier downpours through louisiana and central parts of kentucky and southern parts of the state of tennessee and alabama. some of the storms could produce severe weather. current drought extreme drought conditions the wos category of drought across southwestern parts of indiana and kentucky and tennessee and especially bad across the state of arkansas and missouri. most of the state is under one of the worst categories of drought. much needed rain from isaac. today severe weather risk include areas like kentucky, tennessee northern parts of alabama into mississippi cities like memphis, nashville and birmingham you are under the gun to see large hail damaging wind gusts and even tornadoes. we have tornado watches in effect from kentucky through parts of alabama and mississippi. these are in effect late night 11:00 p.m. local time. we have a severe thunderstorm watch including northwestern portions of georgia into western parts of the state of north carolina so agai
shift into areas of ohio. looks like louisville and kentucky, heavier rain that will shift down on you in the next half hour or so. so if you're lea your house inisville,ouinely ne the umbrella. as we move further to the west, the worst weather in the country looks to be central illinois, 64s crossing 57. mount vernon, a thunderstorm you're dealing with. and further to the west, just light rain for you in in kansas city. but right rough theiddl of crywhre dealing with numerous areas of some light rains. as far as your forecast goes take, we are going to be looking for the most part temperatures to be on the cooler side, the only exception down here in texas where it's still pretty hot. but as we mentioned, just numerous areas. we won't see severe storms today fily a miss showers.b >> all right, bill, thank you. >>> coming up, reality hits wall street. home prices rise. and california climbs on board with google's carve the future. your first look at this mornins business headlines is straight ahead. > tngkheoc tigers get even and pop the champagne, another team punches their ticket to
from the annual kentucky fallen firefighters memorial 5k run. take a look at one of the participants. yes. what do you notice there? >> he's in full gear, even carrying the oxygen tank on his back. that's like 80 pounds of gear. >> it's 65 pounds of gear. he's a firefighter from frankfurt, kentucky. he's doing it to honor kentucky firefighters who died in the line of duty. look at the people behind him. you know he's not dogging it. he raised $500 under the idea he could complete this 5k, a little over three miles, in less than 30 minutes, which isn't easy. >> at the halfway point you are right at 14 and change. you'll make it, just got to kick it at the end. >> the cool part is the end here, the final leg of this 5k. >> 22 seconds. look at that. yeah! >> that's so cool. >> he finished in 29:45, 15 seconds under the time he wanted of 30:00. as you can imagine, once he finished this race just completely worn out. >> that last kick was killer. >> what a great accomplishment for him, the symbolism behind it and what amazing support it means to all firefighters. not just there but everyw
regulations and was on some outdoor sports, fishing and hunting. and a bill by kentucky senator, randy paul to cut off u.s. aid to pakistan, libya and egypt. this is live coverage of the senate on c-span 2. senate will come to order. mr. leahy: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from vermont is recognized. mr. leahy: mr. president seeing the distinguished chairman of the foreign relations committee in the chair, i have a feeling i may be preaching to the converted but let me say that we were -- all of us were outraged by the mob that denigrated the muslim faith -- or by the video that denigrated the muslim faith but then by the mob violence, some of it reportedly encouraged by al qaeda or other extremist groups against our embassies in egypt, libya and pakistan and other countries around the world. secretary of state clinton said it well. the united states rejects both the content and message of that video, and deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. the secretary and president obama have also said repeatedly there is never any
in tennessee and kentucky and arkansas. a cool front up in minnesota and the dakotas producing some thunderstorms. that will play in our weather. most of the readings are in the 50's to near 60. elkton, a 52. westminster, 52. 45 in frederick. the blue shades are some of the readings that have dropped into the 40's. the skies are clear. we will warm up quickly once the sun gets high enough in the sky. these brighter clouds are trying to produce some sprinkles. the more significant rain in kentucky and down south. a disturbance in the gulf coast. then we have a front that will start to move in. the high pressure has to get out of the way. all of the other stuff will start to filter in. nadine is a tropical storm and moving out to the east and northeast in the atlantic. it is tough to get that organize. the tropics are not very active at this stage in the game. shower chances late today. the basic forecast is increasing clouds. a southeast wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. by tomorrow morning, we could see as much as half an inch of rain around the area. we could pick up another three- q
minutes to the chairman of the house appropriations committee, the gentleman from kentucky, mr. rogers. the chair: the gentleman from kentucky. mr. rogers: during his 2008 election campaign, president obama had the audacity to set an energy goal to bankrupt the coal industry. unfortunately, this is one promise the president is keeping. coal mines are closing, miners are being sent home, our strategic energy advantage being thrown away for windmills and solyndras. i know miners day in and day out. they make real personal sacrifices doing dangerous jobs, not only to look after their families, but support local businesses flourishing and helping the american economy. coal is not america's energy problem, it's america's energy solution. sadly, the last three years, this administration has brought forth an january slaut of job-killing regulations, three times condemmed by the federal court and deadlocked the permitting process with the purpose of driving coal from the energy marketplace. in kentucky, the results are in. in my region more than 2,000 coal miners have lost their jobs this year
in the midwest, indiana, illinois, western parts of kentucky and tennessee and exactly where we're getting the much needed rain. not a drought-buster, but we'll take the moisture when we can get it and heavier downpours across northern indiana into the central parts of kentucky and also southern parts of the state of tennessee and into northern alabama and like you mentioned unfortunately some of the storms could actually produce some severe weather and we're keeping a close watch on that. otherwise, your current drought. extreme exceptional drought conditions, for the worst category, southwestern indiana into kentucky and tennessee and especially bad across the state of arkansas and missouri, pretty widespread out there and see most of the state is currently out of the more categories and droughts and again, some needed rain for isaac, not a drought buster, but moisture needed out there. today's severe risk, areas like kentucky, tennessee and northern parts of tennessee and alabama, cities like memphis, nashville and birmingham and so potentially large hail, damaging wind gusts and even s
. >>> a kentucky teen-ager faces the boys who sexually assaulted her and the justice that she says failed her. the perpetrators were offered a deal for community service when "360" continues. and twitter were teaming up, i was pretty interested. turns out you just sync your american express card securely to your twitter account, tweet specific hashtags, and you'll get offers on things you love. this totally changes the way i think about membership. saving money on the things you want. to me, that's the membership effect. nice boots! >>> we've been counting down to the top five economic issues that keep voters up at night. we poll registered voters to find out their biggest economic worries. housing costs were number five, taxes four, medicare/social security concerns were number three, last night we talked about number two, the federal deficit and the top concern, unemployment. with an 8.1% unemployment rate, 12.5 million people are out of work. it's the number one economic issue keeping people up at night. we talked with the president of a group in connect who sees on a daily basis the toll
carefully before investing. >>> a kentucky teen-ager faces the boys who sexually assaulted her and the justice that she says failed her. the perpetrators were offered a deal for community service when "360" continues. >>> we've been counting down to the top five economic issues that keep voters up at night. we poll registered voters to find out their biggest economic worries. housing costs were number five, taxes four, medicare/social security concerns were number three, last night we talked about number two, the federal deficit and the top concern, unemployment. with an 8.1% unemployment rate, 12.5 million people are out of work. it's the number one economic issue keeping people up at night. we talked with the president of a group in connect who sees on a daily basis the toll of people out of work takes. >> what keeps me up at night is the thought that americans who are victims of the great recession wi lose their job, will lose any opportunity to come back to the workforce and will be deprived of hope and opportunity in their lives. it's taken its toll on every sector of our
. philadelphia, southward, through areas in kentucky and d.c. here, you're going to see storms. here's the path that isaac has taken across. illinois and inn. we' indiana. we will continue to watch spotty areas of rain, in portions of ohio and extreme eastern portions of kentucky. what's next? this is the peak week of hurricane season. we have tropical storm leslie. this is a very slow-moving system. there's a dip in the jet stream is not going to pick the storm up. it's going to linger off the east coast for at least a week. if you're heading to the beaches, the rip current threat will be great. also, the waves from the storm will be approaching the beaches. the surfers will love it. but if you're swimming with kids, the storm by saturday, could be over bermuda. there's a couple of scenarios that bring this storm close to the canadian maritimes in seven to ten days from now. we'll watch it closely. it doesn't look like it's going to hit the u.s. but could see the waves from the storm. we're watching showers and thunderstorms hit and miss up the east coast. the morning hours will be the driest.
. philadelphia, southward, through areas in kentucky and d.c. here, we're going to see hit-and-miss showers and storms. here's the path that isaac has taken across. illinois and inn. indiana. the last 48 hours, indianapolis, two inches. we will continue to watch spotty areas of rain, in portions of ohio and extreme eastern portions of kentucky. so, what's next? this is the peak week of hurricane season. we always have one or two storms to track at this time of year. we have tropical storm leslie. this is a very slow-moving system. there's a dip in the jet stream is not going to pick the storm up. it's going to linger off the east coast for at least a week. so, if you're heading to the beaches of the next two, three, four, five days, the rip current threat will be great. also, the waves from the storm will be approaching the beaches. the surfers will love it. but if you're swimming with kids, the storm by saturday, could be over bermuda. bermuda could get brushed by this storm. we'll wait and see how that plays out. there's a couple of scenarios that bring this storm close to the canadian ma
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pulling his hair. she is charged with child abuse. >>> finally, in kentucky, this is devotion. a mad dash by university of kentucky fans who waited all night and raced to find a place to camp out for three days in hopes of landing tickets for the first open practice of the season. the tradition grows ever year. this year, with good reason after they took home their eighth national title. >>> now we turn to dylan dreyer. we have folks camped out all day long for tickets to "snl" and the "today" show. >> that, to me, makes sense, but practice? it wasn't even the first game. >> they are winners. but you're right, it's practice. >> we are going to see -- it is falling back through eastern michigan. heavy at times and thunderstorms are occurring out that way as well. other than that, minus a few thunderstorms across florida, there's not a lot going on. we have been in a quiet weather pattern where a cold front moves through and high pressure moves back in. we don't have to worry about a lot. we are going to see this cold front to the south and east. heavy rain through eastern michigan. this mo
hair. she's charged with child abuse. >>> finally in kentucky, you can call this devotion. a mad dash by university of kentucky basketball fans who waited all night and then raced to find a place to camp out for three more days in hopes of landing tickets to the first open practice of the season. the tradition grows every year, and this year, with good reason, after the wildcats took home their eighth national title in april. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer with the weather channel forecast. wait, let me guess, it's gorgeous outside. >> you got it, yep. i mean, we're not looking at a whole lot of anything going on, especially across the entire west coast. we are going to see just a lot of sunshine like we've been seeing a lot of lately. although in the dakotas, we are seeing some fire weather danger still. i mean, we really haven't had a whole lot of rain to speak of, so the ground is dry. we have humidity values down around 20%, so the air is dry, too, and that's why we could see fires basically in the upper plains d
with a impunity the militias here are able to operate with. >> >>vicki: kentucky fried chicken restaurants and pakistan are closing their doors due to the pilots' protest. >> kentucky fried chicken have more than 60 restaurants and 20 cities. >> this is a look at treasure island looking out toward the bay bridge. you can see the fog began to drift in across the bay. we have a wide range of temperatures around the bay area. >> here are the temperatures right now. >> for tomorrow the temperatures will be a little liquid than today. there are no 90 degree temperatures and the forecast. >> the reason for the cooling is due in part with this affront to this over oregon. there are some showers reaching our northeast corner. the bay area as saying the results of the clouds created by the tail end of the storm. >> we will have winds coming out of the north. >> the fog should clear away pretty fast by 9-10:00. temperatures will be mid to upper 70's. hear our monday afternoon highs. antioch in livermore are looking to be the warmest spots in the bay area. it will be in the mid '80s. here is a
on standardized tests, kentucky was quick to incorporate the tests, a blueprint for english and math, adopted by every state. while there is no common curriculum, this raises academic standards nationwide. and for the first time, an a will mean the same thing for students everywhere. >> so a student moving throughout kentucky will be expected to learn this same thing. and that is important, and students moving state to state will have a common expectation of what they're supposed to learn. >> reporter: teachers here at jb atkinson elementary school in louisville, will help them implement critical thinking. reading books like charlotte's web, children don't just re-cap the story, but like detectives, use the text as evidence to support their opinions about it. math students won't just solve equations. they will work in groups to analyze real world problems such as how do stores use averages to calculate how much merchandise they need? >> you got kids engaging with the problem-solving. >> reporter: teachers prepping for common core have a lot to learn before it goes nationwide in 2014. >> every
kentucky. more showers overnight maybe the rumble of thunder is possible. the better chance for storms will come after midday tomorrow. but there are still showers in the out look. we're going to see a lot of this. so we'll talk about when we finally dry things out coming up. >>> a stray bullet kills an incident bystander. >> she leaves behind a fiancee and an one-year-old son and a family trying to get through the shock of all of this. christian schaffer talked to them tonight. >> the victim in this case was not the intended target of the shooting which happened early sunday morning. she was standing more than a block away from the gunman talking to her aunt. she has become the most recent victim of gun violence. >> a smile. >> reporter: she graduated from kenwood high in 2008 and worked at a local bank. she was at a party at her aunt's in northeast baltimore on saturday. two cars sped by as she was talking to her aunt and at least 100 yards away from them -- >> we heard the gunshots. >> they both dropped to the ground. but then she realized her niece has been struck in the chest. >>
to the west. an area of low pressure out toward kentucky andeanian. it will -- and indiana. it will give us unsettled weather the next couple of days but things will get a little calmer. i know we have cookouts and a nats game starting in about an hour. earlier today some folks in spite of the humidity were out there going for a run at hanes point enjoying the morning hours. it was a sticky morning and we have a sticky afternoon. here's a look at the day planner. you can expect temperatures to be climbing through the low to mid-80s. we've already clipped 81. up to 83 now. i think we'll make 85, maybe 86. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 10. we've got the thunderstorm symbol showing up every period but it's not going to be an all day rain. the threat for scattered showers and storms will be with us through the evening and even overnight and tomorrow and into wednesday. here's a look at the doppler radar going back to the last six hours or so you see the general motion from southwest to north, northeast here with some heavier showers and storms in a few spots. just want to zoom in. we've go
and the rest of kentucky. hour by hour, rain chances increase. we'll talk about when the storm will peak late in the the day tomorrow. >>> the walt -- baltimore city school system has hired a cheating detective company. the company will look at 8,000 test booklets from 2009 to 2010. the school system is investigating cheating. the school's chief was involved. >>> things inial assessment of educational progress tested thousands of students in 8th and 12th grade. they were asked to do writing assignments in three areas. now on average female students in the eighth grade scored 150. guys scored 140. in the 12 ged grade female students 157 compared to the male of 143. they believe one of the reasons for such differences is girls actually like writing better than boys. >> okay. >>> orioles are in seattle after losing two out of three in oakland and falling a game off of new york. tickets would go on sale saturday. if you place a $250 deposit for a partial ticket, by mid-night you'll be able to go online. the only place tickets could be sold is at orioles.com post season. >> getting close. all righ
with child abuse. >>> finally in kentucky, this is devotion. a mad dash by university of kentucky basketball fans who waited all night and then raced to find a place to camp out for three more days in hopes of landing tickets to the first open practice of the season. now the tradition grows over a year. this year, with good reason, after the wildcats took home their eighth national title in april. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nfc meteorologist dyl dylan dreyer with your forecast. i can't fathom for waiting in line for anything. >> for practice. >> are you a sports fanatic. >> not a huge basketball fan. football, baseball. >> you would do it. >> i don't know. >> shopping or shoes. >> that i could camp out for days for. we are looking at some pretty decent weather across the country. there's one spot where we're dealing with some rain that's going to move into the eastern great lakes as we go through the morning today. some heavy packs of rain moving through eastern michigan and then across lake eerie, lake ontario then we'll start to see improvements as
virginia, kentucky, a new area is coming its way. the trajectory is going to be a little southerly. we are not a prime target. we will probably be on the north edge. for the game tonight, the forecast, as the game starts a little after 7:00, it will be in the low 70's and there will be a lot of clouds and maybe a brief shower. it is a big navy. by the time we finish the game, 10:00 or 11:00, we think the rain shower chance will probably be a little higher toward the end of the game but still not a guarantee and temperatures will drop to the upper 60's. yes, if you have some kind of poncho you can wear to the game, i would do that. but we would probably get away with the game sometime this evening. maybe a brief delay. we will talk more about the forecasts going into the weekend in a few minutes. >> a baltimore city police are investigating two separate shootings were the victims are women. the most recent case happened just after 9:00 in the 400 block of south agusta ave. police say the victim, and 18- year-old woman, was found inside a car with a gunshot wound to the head. south balti
in a hotel lobby after kentucky lost to western kentucky university. that's a woman on top of this guy pummeling him. boom, boom, boom, boom. >> you know how i figured out the woman was on top? this was clearly visible. >> good observation. now, watch this. >> you hear the guy filming -- that guy's bleeding. but then this part's kind of hard to watch. >> ah! >> he starts swinging at her. it's never right to hit a woman, we all know that, but she's getting on top of him like she's in usc, dominating this fight. the woman wins there. >> this makes me sad. >> well, this will cheer you up, beth. we've got another college video. this one looks like it's from maybe an lsu tiger's tailgate. who do you see there? >> grandma. >> yeah. grandma. 83 years old. she's not there just to sip a few beers. she's there to get down. >> really? >> yes. watch this. >> whew! whew! >> i have to point out, as granny goes up into this keg stand, notice -- not a drip of beer comes out here. she's a pro. 83 years old, she's done there before. done this before. >> i guess that's how you make it to 83. >> maybe thi
around ohio and kentucky. just south of fairfax, this is 123 moving northeast toward highsons. a couple of showers north of manassas into stafford county. as we go farther off to the south, you'll see now getting into charles county. this will be coming up probably on the west side of la plata. this gay may get you -- this guy may get you there. colonial beach some rain knocking on your doorstep. tracking to northern st. mary's and southern charles county over the next hour. looking at temps, it's a muggy morning. 72 in rockville. 73 reston. 74 in centreville. off to the south we ve 73 in alexandria. east of us upper marlboro also 73. columbia this morning 75 degrees. outside on our michael & son weather camera, i don't know if you're seeing the low clouds as well out here as we were earlier but 75. dew points in the low 70s. that means it's really sticky and muggy and almost tropical feeling out there. we're not getting much help with the winds. only southeast at 3 miles an hour. you can clearly see an area of rotation which was once isaac spinning here now southern indiana, parts of w
state of kentucky -- please help me welcome from the great state of kentucky, senator rand paul. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> thank you. can you believe we have trouble -- democrats had trouble getting got onto the platform? you may have heard that there was a little girl. she won $100. she wanted to do good things of that. she wrote, dear god, i won $100. the postmaster got it and send it to the president. the president but it was cute. he told the secretary to sen the middle grow $5. -- to send the little girl the $5. a little girl wrote to god, next time do not send it to the government because they took $95 and i only got $5. [laughter] [applause] we need to explain who we are before we can take charge of the country. today we will talk about what we believe those values should be. i am a christian, a husband, and father. i am faithful to my wife and my family. of course we all fall short of perfection in our lives. i take seriously my oath to defend the constitution. d the truth the th matter how controversial the issues might be. mike faith has never been easy for me. -- my faith h
nom nee. let's listen in. >> paul ryan. kentucky proudly casts it's 72 votes for the next president of the united states, president barack obama. >> thank you, kentucky. kentucky cast 72 votes for barack obama. louisiana and we're so glad you're here, and that you're safe. you have 72 votes. >> and... madam secretary i am the chair of the louisiana delegation. who is fired up and ready to go. and in it's historic 200 year statehood the great state of louisiana home of the lsu bayou bengals, southern jaguars who dats and nation's richest gumbo and culture, home of our tireless champions for women and working families both strong democratic mayors in six of our largest cities. there is a sportsman paradise that continues to rise from ashes of adversity like hurricane katrina. isaac and tonight former president bill clinton making the speech for president obama. >> i nominate him to be the standard bearer of the democratic party. i like the argument for president obama's reelection a lot better. here it is. he inherited a damaged economy. he put a floor under the crash. he began a long
show until the sun comes up. clouds will continue to spread. i'd have the umbrella handy from kentucky, indiana, illinois and southern portions of ohio. it'll be cool too. temperatures haven't warmed up all that much. eventually all the clouds and some of that rain will sneak its way into kentucky, ohio, west virginia, pennsylvania and even d.c. to new york. tomorrow, tomorrow afternoon and evening. forecast for today looks like ray nice day from boston all the way down the east coast. troublesome weather is from illinois through indiana, kentucky and a chance of showers through kansas city. still 93 right around dallas. lynn, it doesn't look like any big i can't rememberup is coming for the great lakes. the leaves are changing. apple picking season and fall is here. >> let's emblaise it. we won't complain about the cold. >>> google finds a new high. >>> and america's surprising salty snack. your first look is straight ahead. >>> coming up a big loss for the jets. you make the call, interception for touchdown. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ally bank. why they have a raise your
the queen and philip had attended the kentucky derby for the first time. laura made certain to advise the winning jockey, calvin barrell, to the state dinner. when he and the queen met in the receiving line, if he wrapped an arm around her and the first lady. the queen has become, by then become accustomed to american familiarity and did not mind at all that he had breached protocol by touching her. a similar encounter led to headlines in the british tabloids when barack and michele obama visited buckingham palace with a first time in march 2009. at a reception for heads of state attending did g20 summit the queen and circulated informally through the crowd of high-powered gas. as michele and the queen were talking, they turned toward one of her ladies in waiting to show their difference in height. the queen is about 5-foot three or five ft. four. michele, as you know, nearly 6 feet. the first lady put her arm around the queen and responded by lightly in circling machel's waste. the palace videographer told me that they were totally spontaneous gestures. the tabloid it made a fuss abo
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